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Poster: greenone Date: Feb 20, 2013 7:09am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: best way to fix this

Looks fine to me; are you sure that's the right link? I don't see a .txt file uploaded, which is usually a requirement, but it seems to have derived fine.

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Poster: frogdancer Date: Feb 20, 2013 9:39am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: best way to fix this

I want to change the order of the tracks.

previously i deleted all tracks and then reuploaded them, but when i did that it gave me md5 errors and shut down my account. i want to avoid that this time. I have all the tracks in the right order and ready to go. I'm fine if you delete it and i can start from scratch. I just want to avoid the md5 errors.

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Poster: greenone Date: Feb 21, 2013 7:16am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: best way to fix this

The system creates an md5 checksum based on the FLACs you upload, unless you upload your own. If you change the files, they won't match against the md5 and that's when you get that error. To avoid this, just deleted the md5 when you replace any files.

The error email will also say "md5 failure" in the subject line if you leave out your txt file (or at least it's supposed to) but it will describe the error in the body.

Either way, I queued up a new derive task and it's going through without any issues.